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if your floating down a fiver in a cement canoe, and the wheels fall off, how many pancakes does it take to shingle a dog house?
NONE! ice cream doesnt have bones.....
don't use a tennis ball, its not the same feel as a lacrosse ball. throwing against your garage is a start, but go to a school/building with a brick wall and it will be easier to throw against. work both hands, thats what is most important on offense; if you can go both ways and do the same things with both hands, you are pretty much unstoppable if you know what to do with the ball. dont just stand still when throwing against a wall, run up and down (parallel to the wall) throwing and catching on the run. get a goal, or go to your school and use theirs, and start ripping shots. bounce shots, low to high rips, high to low rips, etc. and just become accurate. dont stand still when shooting either, do that on the run too. put a garbage can or something big (to act as a goalie) and put it in the goal while you are shooting so you learn how to shoot around the goalie in game situations. other than that, just become comfortable crading with both hands, dodging to each side, getting your moves down smooth (roll dodge, split dodge, etc.) and the rest will come. its hard work but it pays off.